2.2b Narrative Essay Peer Review

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COLLEGE OF ADULT AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Peer Review of Narrative Essay Draf Please, answer all of these questions for your peer. If you have other questions or comments regarding your peers’ draft, feel free to share those as well. 1. Thesis: Does the thesis sentence clearly fulfill these parts of the assignment: a. Identifies a specific experience (from which lessons were learned) b. Identifies two or three lessons learned (from the experience) c. Identifies the writer as the learner From reading your essay, I can tell you learned from your parent’s divorce, like dealing with your emotions, and reaching out to God. I think to make this essay more connective to the audience, you should write about a time or times of how to were able to deal with your emotions, was it the help of your family members? Also, how did you reach closer to God, was it through prayer, or did God speak to you through some way? I think using more details will help the reader understand your feelings and thoughts while they’re reading your essay. 2. Topic Sentences: a. Inclusive: Does the first sentence of each body paragraph serve as a topic sentence, clearly identifying which part of the thesis position will be proven in that paragraph? (In this case, each topic sentence should identify which of the lessons will be proven in that paragraph.) If not, explain the problems you see. b. Exclusive: Do these topic sentences promise to prove any position that was NOT promised in the thesis? (They should only promise to prove lessons prepared for in the thesis, should only promise to prove the writer as the
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